SAP Media Worldwide Ltd. publishes monthly magazine for Indian Photography Industry
 
 

Past Issue : August 2016

 

In this Issue

Pro Profile - Hasisi Park
Shooting Waterfalls
Environmental Portraits
Shooting Daily Life
Watch Photography
Review - Nikon D500
Review - Sony A68
 
 
 
 
 

Pro Profile - Hasisi Park

Her first tryst with a camera was at the young age of five, when she shot a picture of a yellow rose. Later she went on to study film-making in London, but dropped out to pursue photography. Today she has become one of the most loved from Korea’s new-generation of photographers. Her images are a romantic juxtaposition of dreamy with real life. This month we speak to Hasisi Park, and find out about her journey from toying around with film camera to now shooting for brands like Converse and Urban Outfitter, and Korean magazines.

 
 
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Shooting Waterfalls

With rainy season almost coming to an end and clouds giving way to beautiful autumn weather, it is a photographer’s last chance of shooting gorgeous waterfalls for the season. Many photographers and amateurs love shooting waterfalls because it gives them a chance to go out for small hiking trips, as well as gives them a chance to appreciate nature. Sometimes getting beautiful shots can be difficult and with a few tips and tricks we aim to make your experience of shooting waterfalls easier.

 
 
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Environmental Portraits

Environmental portrait photography is all about photographing your subject in their natural environment. This can be anywhere from where they work, where they live, or anywhere where they like to spend their time. It is all about portraying something of the character of your subject through where they are in the photo.

 
 
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Shooting Daily Life

Shooting the daily life around you can be both exhilarating and exhausting. Our routines can become second nature. Although many of us picked up a camera to capture this daily life, it can be a challenge to find something that feels like it’s worth capturing moment. It can be hard to see daily life as a ‘subject’ when most of our days feel very average. In an effort to make daily life shooting feel fulfilling, I narrowed down a few ideas. Here is some food for thought on how to capture your daily life and make it a creative and a learning process.

 
 
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Watch Photography

Watches are one of the few accessories for men, and women like to flaunt theirs too. It is no less than a jewellery and is not limited to just telling time anymore. Watch photography has become a very important part of selling the finest time pieces, and has grown into a huge business at present. In this article we discuss tips and techniques on how to shoot watches with minimum lighting and still have professional quality images.

 
 
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Review - Nikon D500

Among the present race among Sample Image camera manufacturers, Nikon has put forward their latest APS-C DSLR camera the Nikon D500. The Nikon D500 is a feature-packed camera aimed at those who want a camera that can match rivals in terms of image quality and performance. The camera has a 20.9 MP sensor with additional capabilities including 4K video recording and wireless connectivity features. This month we put the Nikon D500 through the test. Let us find out what is new and better in this camera and see if its performance backs up its claims.

 
 
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Review - Sony A68

Sony has been known to produce high-end cameras for a long time and in its latest effort to bring out a competitive DSLR in the Indian market Sony has produced the A68 which boasts of having the world’s highest number of phase-detection AF points (79). We got our hands on the camera and decided to test it out!

 
 
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